This juvenile joyride didn't go well.
This week, we reported on a daring heist where a professional gang of car thieves stole four sports cars from a dealership in Iowa, including a rare 2020 Dodge Charger Daytona. The criminals in this case, however, weren't professional thieves - they were kids who decided to steal two Lamborghini Urus SUVs from a dealership worth $200,000 each and go for a joyride.
According to the Wayland Police Department, officers responded to a burglar alarm triggered at a Lamborghini dealership in Boston at 3.05 am on February 18. A responding officer soon discovered a black Lamborghini Urus, a white Lamborghini Urus, and a white Chevrolet Cruze stopped side by side at an intersection. Because that doesn't look conspicuous at all.
After spotting them at the intersection, the officer attempted to stop the vehicles. While the Chevrolet Cruze pulled over and stopped, the two Lamborghini Urus SUVs took off at high speed. One of them also didn't have a license plate. Naturally.
The occupants of the Chevrolet were both juveniles who didn't have a driver's license or "authority to operate the vehicle in their possession". They were both arrested and taken back to the police station. Meanwhile, officers at the dealership investigating the crime discovered the juvenile thieves gained access to the Lamborghini dealership by smashing the front window with a rock.
A few hours later, police in Malden informed the Wayland Police Department that both Lamborghinis had been recovered after they crashed into each other. With a combination of inexperience and a twin-turbo V8 producing 641 hp and 627 lb-ft of torque, this was always going to be the inevitable outcome of this juvenile joyride.
One of the suspects was arrested, while another fled on foot. From photos and a video shared by Boston25's Michael Henrich, it looks like one of the SUVs rear-ended a Kia Soul, causing the other Urus to ram into the back of it. Both SUVs appear to be heavily damaged, as the front fascia was ripped off the black Urus during the impact. Police are still investigating the incident.